Bachelor of Science, Columbia University, 1952; MAPA, University Oklahoma, 1971; Doctor of Business Administration, Heed University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1974.
Trainee Republic Pictures Corporation, New York City, Philadelphia, 1953—1956. Branch manager Screen Guild Productions Incorporated, Philadelphia, 1956—1957. District manager J. Arthur Rank Organization, Cincinnati, 1957—1959.
Division manager Continental Distributing, Incorporated, Washington, 1959—1960, Embassy Pictures Corporation, Washington, 1960—1961. President Box Office Attractions Incorporated, 1961—1969, Vaudeo Incorporated, Washington, 1960—1961, International 18 Limited, Bethesda, Maryland, 1973, TNT Productions, Washington, since 1974. Lecturer Georgetown University, 1973—1978.
Drama critic WMAL-television, ABC, 1974—1975. Associate professor Corcoran School Art, 1978—1981. Vice president Bondscourt Press Incorporated, Boca Raton, Florida, since 1983.
Consultant field Executive producer The Children's Film Festival, 1969.
Founder, president Temple Micah, Washington, Member of American Association of University Professors, Washington Sport-Svc. (director), Washington Indiana Writers (board advisers since 1980), National Center Advanced Film Studies and Service (director), Motion Picture Advisors Am (co-director), American Society Public Administration, American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Authors Guild, Authors League, Foundation Motion Picture Pioneers (life).
Son of Harry and Ida (Goldstein) Tromberg. Married Jessie Bein, April 29, 1956. Children: Bruce Jason, Melissa, Alicia.